Peter Jackson has spent the last four years whittling down 60 hours of unseen footage of the Beatles into a new three-part documentary series, The Beatles: Get Back, now streaming on Disney+.
Shot in 1969 by the director Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the intimate footage provides fresh insight into the Fab Four’s history and their creative process.
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